A team of researchers from UW-Madison, working alongside scientists from the Universidad de Sucre in Colombia, published a study Tuesday detailing the spread of Zika virus in Colombia.
Laurel Fletcher, a local artist, brightens up Memorial Union with her exhibition, “Luminous.” Fletcher’s art includes various textures and vibrant colors, mostly made of acrylic paint.
The University of Wisconsin Radiation Calibration Laboratory located in the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research provides a service only two other labs in the country posses: the precise calibration of radiation measurement machines used in medicine.
This Spring, UW-Madison will partner with Madison College to provide the Global Passport Program, an opportunity for Madison College students to participate in select international studies courses at UW-Madison.
UW-Madison’s annual University Staff Recognition Awards are now accepting nominations for 2016 qualifiers until February 23. Every year, the University Staff Recognition Awards highlight five staff members who improve UW-Madison.
Throughout the next two semesters, leaders of Greek life at UW-Madison will work alongside campus offices in an attempt to reduce sexual violence on campus.
Brittany Travers, a professor in the occupational therapy program at UW-Madison, is studying whether using Wii video games can make the symptoms of children with autism spectrum disorder less severe by improving their motor skills, according to a university release.